Paddington House of Pancakes

I never fail to see mouth watering pancakes from Strictly Pancakes in social media sites like Instagram. It makes me even more frustrated that I can't dine in there as they serve ham and bacon which is taboo in my religion. When my aunt and cousin told me about this pancake restaurant that is located in City Square Mall I couldn't be happier. The halal certificate is not officially there but the staff told us that they were waiting for it. 

I love brunch especially with my 2 favourite ladies, Roslina and Nazreen. It wasn't very difficult to spot the place and its beautiful interior was definitely a plus.

Just a small background on PHOP. It was originally opened in Malaysia where the founder wanted to bring the flavours from all around the world under on roof.

"Eat your way around the WORLD"

 I am absolutely aware of my round face.

 If you notice, most of their dishes are named after different countries which was really interesting. We were spoilt for choices and I don't think we were the only ones who had a hard time deciding what to order. I must say their menu was so pretty I wanted to take one home. hehe

Province set meal, $9.80
We were lucky to have gone there on a weekday as they had set meals which came with a small fruit salad and drink. The lunch set meal is only available on Mondays-Fridays, 11am - 3pm. The meal was served with crepe, chicken and mushroom with sauce and apple. I don't usually eat savoury crepes, but the chicken and mushroom sauce complimented the crepe rather well. The only thing I did not really like about it was the apply because personally I like my apples either cold and crunchy or hot and soft in a pie but this was neither here nor there.

 Munich, $13
I admit this isn't a beautiful shot but this was really good. For those who wants a healthier option you can try this buckwheat crepe that came with mozzarella cheese and chicken. I love cheese and anything with cheese usually can't go wrong. I would definitely recommend this dish if you are a cheese lover.

 Oreo Pancakes Shortstack, $12
I can't exactly remember the name of this, but it's oreo pancakes. Personally, this was my favourite dish of the day firstly because it has oreo, and secondly ice-cream with pancakes are so good. One minus is that the taste of the oreo didn't come off strong but overall the vanilla ice-cream complemented the soft fluffy pancakes to my liking.

Overall, it was a good dine in experience and I would go there again to try out the other pancakes. Also, they have promotion for DBS/POSB cardholders. Do check out reviews from other bloggers as well, but don't do it on an empty stomach because the food will just make you go hungry.

Paddington House of Pancakes
#02-35/36 City Square Mall
180 Kitchener Road
Singapore 208539
Tel: 6612 9029

It was a well spent day with them. I finally edited my blog template which I think is definitely better. Remember to check this blog out although I may not update too often. Have a good day ahead!

PS: Click here for photos of my second visit to PHOP!

Update from their Facebook regarding halal status:
We are still in the progress of obtaining the Halal certification but rest assured as we only use ingredients and products that are from Halal certified sources and suppliers. We also do not serve alcohol at Paddington House of Pancakes except for the outlets in Macau Feel free to ask more questions if you have any doubts.


  1. Hello,

    The Oreo Pancakes Shortstack looks sinful delicious...

    Thanks for the review. I would definitely go to Paddington House of Pancakes

    1. Hello! Glaf you liked the review. I hope still tastes as good (: